A Dog's Journey


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51% · 86 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91% · 2.5K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.4/10 10 27293 27.3K

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Plot summary

A dog finds the meaning of his own existence through the lives of the humans he meets.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
August 13, 2019 at 07:37 PM


Top cast

Betty Gilpin as Gloria
Dennis Quaid as Ethan
Johnny Galecki as Henry
Nancy Sorel as Ringo's Owner
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Figgy66-915-598470 9 / 10

You need tissues for this one!!!!

13 May 2019 First Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester Tonight - A Dog's Journey. So this is a sequel to A dog's Purpose and if you taken one thing to the cinema with you, make it a box of tissues because unless you have a heart of stone you're jolly well going to need to crack them open. If you don't like showing emotion in public wait for the DVD because I cried like a baby (a very quiet baby). It is the continuing story of Bailey/Molly/Big Dog/Max who remains committed to finding his special human through all his/her reincarnations. Although he had different bodies, different names and even a different gender his memories and his heart remained that of Bailey and this was a touching tale of him keeping his promise to his best friend all those years ago. Some great camera work showing close ups of the amazing language a dog projects with his eyebrows. Lovely film.

Reviewed by zardoz-13 9 / 10

More Than Just A Juvenile Canine Epic!!!

Mind you, I'm a cat lover. Nevertheless, director Lasse Hallström's "A Dog's Purpose" was doggone good. No, I haven't read W. Bruce Cameron's novel about a canine that goes through a series o reincarnations, while it ponders its' purpose in life. The dog starts out as a male doggie named Bailey and it narrates the film from its perspective. Life is good for Bailey since he finds himself a family with a kid, and adventures galore occur. However, "A Dog's Purpose" is not without its drama. The family that adopt Bailey is lead by a father with a weakness for alcohol. The action unfolds in the early 1960s, about the time of the Russian missile crisis between President Kennedy and the Kremlin. Ethan raises Bailey and basically gives him free rein of the house. Naturally, Bailey cavorts around the premises and behaves like a loose cannon on deck. Ethan's traveling salesman father (Luke Kirby of "Halloween: Resurrection") doesn't like Bailey, especially after the pooch trashes his at-home office. Later, unbeknownst to the father, Bailey gulps one of his valuable collector's coins as the father is about to show them to his boss over dinner one evening. This episode delivers suspense. Ethan takes Bailey for a walk and scares him into pooping out the coin. This reminded me somewhat of the Saint Bernard in "The Sandlot" that chewed up a baseball signed by home-run slugger Babe Ruth. Except, of course, Ethan lucks up and gets the coin back after using the sighting of a rat in their house as a subterfuge so he can slip it back into the case. Before long Ethan's dad goes off the rails into alcoholism. This is about the same time that Ethan makes a smashing success of himself as a high school quarterback. Another team member who is jealous not only of Ethan's success at football as well as romance ticks Ethan off enough for the latter to deck him in the parking lot after he threatens to expose Ethan's father as a drunk. Vengefully, Todd (Logan Miller of "Escape Room") plays a prank on Ethan that goes horribly wrong. Shoving a lighted firecracker through the mail slot in the front door, Todd accidentally set the house ablaze. Miraculously, Bailey awakens Ethan (K.J. Apa of "The Hate U Give"), and he rouses his mom out of bed. Okay, the father has been driven off the premises by now. Everybody exits the inferno of a house, but Ethan runs out of sheets to lower himself from a window. He makes a leap of faith and tragically injures his leg. Gone is the athletic scholarship that he had been counting on to pay his way through college. Todd is arrested by the police, but we never learn what his fate is. Ethan and his mom move in with her parents, and Ethan winds up going to an agricultural college to studying farming.

Although it is largely focused on the dog, the filmmakers keep things very tough on the characters. The reunion at the end between Bailey and Ethan is very lachrymose.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 8 / 10


This movie is a definite MUST watch, regardless of what movies you usually watch. Why? Because this is a really touching and beautiful movie.

And director Gail Mancuso really nailed it right on the head with this movie, making a very memorable and truly magnificent movie. This movie has something for everyone in the audience, and I am sure that everyone watching it will take it to heart and bring something with them from the movie once it has ended.

The story is heartfelt and warm, a story full of love and passion. And it is a story that gets under your skin - in a good way - and stays with you for a long, long time once the movie is finished.

I will say that this movie is a feel-good movie that you can definitely watch more than once. And that is quite an accomplishment for director Gail Mancuso, believe you me.

They have a great cast for the movie, and I will say that Dennis Quaid was phenomenal in the movie. But it is the dogs that steal the spotlight here, of course.

I am rating "A Dog's Journey" a very well-deserving eight out of ten stars.

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